Verb(1) propose as a candidate for some honor(2) put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position(3) charge with a function; charge to be(4) create and charge with a task or function
(1) Does the subpoena nominate a date or a week in which the trial is going to take place?(2) All the ├ö├ç├┐Humanitarian├ö├ç├û has to do is nominate an account from which deductions can be regularly made.(3) Three of the pairs did not respond to the voice of nominate birds.(4) More comprehensive inventories of tape recorded vocalizations of nominate birds are needed for a proper vocal analysis.(5) Conservatives have urged the president to not nominate him.(6) An important strategy for avoiding competition may have been a differentiation of foraging niches between sexes, as was shown for the nominate race by Hogstad.(7) According to the constitution, the coalition will have seven days to nominate its Cabinet members.(8) As at the date of their failure to nominate loading places and silos, Sellers were in default of fulfilment of the contract and it was at that date that they failed to carry out the contract.(9) I was delighted to see the president nominate someone who had the outstanding professional qualifications.(10) The second group consists of the nominate subspecies, spadiceus, which has a widespread distribution from Venezuela through Amazonia.(11) Under the terms of the trust's loan agreement with the club, Bees United are now in a position to nominate a further director for appointment to the board of Brentford FC Limited.(12) Thereafter they can nominate their own day, date and time.(13) It is essential to Republicans that the President nominate someone who is very solidly conservative.(14) Most birds are of the nominate race fabalis.(15) We are still waiting for them to nominate a date for mediation.(16) That's why the President announced his intent to nominate Commissioner Kerik.
1. propose ::
2. appoint ::
3. name ::
1. discharge ::
2. dismiss ::
3. expel ::
4. fire ::
nominate, nominated, nominates, nominating
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I'm allowed to NOMINATE someone
for next year.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 9
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